NFL Week 5 Super Bowl Odds
Heading into Week 5 of the NFL season, the Patriots remain favored to win Super Bowl LI despite dropping their first game of the season last Sunday.
According to oddsmakers from online sports book BetDSI, the Patriots are 22/5 to win this season's Super Bowl, followed by the Packers and Vikings, who are both 17/2, respectively. The Steelers are also 9/1, while the defending Super Bowl champion Broncos (10/1) have the same odds as the Seahawks (10/1).
Continuing with the odds, NFC East rivals the Cowboys and Eagles are both 20/1, respectively, while the defending NFC champion Panthers are 22/1 after losing to the Falcons in Week 4. It was Carolina's third loss of the season already, which is surprinsg consider Cam Newton and Co. didn't lose their first game until Week 16 last year (ironically against those same Falcons).
Speaking of Atlanta, the Falcons went from 50/1 long shots to 25/1 to win Super Bowl LI after scoring over 40 points for a second consecutive week. Matt Ryan threw for over 500 yards in the team's win over Carolina while Julio Jones racked up 12 catches for 300 yards and a touchdown.
The Cardinals are also 25/1 to win Super Bowl LI after falling to 1-3 on the year, while the Giants, Raiders and Texans are all 30/1, respectively. The Bengals are 35/1, the Chiefs and Raiders are 40/1, respectively, and the Rams are 50/1 after starting the season a shocking 3-1. The Colts are 65/1.
The true long shots consist of the Bills at 75/1, the Redskins at 85/1 and the Jets at 100/1. Also included in that group are the Jaguars at 125/1, the Chargers and Saints at 150/1, respectively, the Lions at 200/1 and the Bears and Bucs at 250/1, respectively. The no-way-in-hell-they're-going-to-win-the-Super-Bowl group consists of the 49ers, Dolphins and Titans at 500/1, and the Browns at 2500/1.